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"Working with the seniors has been the most humbling and eye-opening experience of my career," Kaus said.
Mickey's father, the Viennese-born Otto Kaus, was a well-respected jurist who sat on the California Supreme Court from 1981 to 1985.
Kaus shows the reader how to create your own media tool kit, how to talk like a journalist, and the satisfaction of seeing your name in print.
CROW - The Grube and Kau girls are no longer unattached.
The phenomena that foster the Reserve mystique are, Kaus says, baseless illusions.
Inspiration for the Slate feature, which debuted in February, stemmed from Kaus' dread over the thought of having to read the Washington Post's eight-part election series "Deadlock." Kaus says he thought it would be helpful to save other people the trouble of reading it while still providing them with the gist of the pieces.
Welfare is a hot-button issue, Mickey Kaus declares in a recent cover story on the elections in The New Republic, because of the (mistaken) perception that mostly African-American, inner-city residents receive it: "Welfare may or may not have caused this underclass, but welfare is clearly what sustains it.
Wilson endorses the guaranteed jobs program advanced by journalist Mickey Kaus, a kind of modern-day update to FDR's Works Progress Administration.
Mickey Kaus, a senior editor at The New Republic, reached the same conclusion in that magazine's November 28 edition - one month after my article appeared.
In a recent cover story in The New Republic, neoliberal pundit Mickey Kaus makes an absurd effort to paint Marian Wright Edelman as an ominous figure.
* Mickey Kaus, a senior editor of The New Republic and author of The End of Equality.